Martin R Delaney 3/1859
is Anglo-African Magazine. The colored citizens of the United States number many men of culture and marked abil ity as speakers and writers, and they have es tablished a monthly in Near York, entitled the Anglo-African Magazine, which is certainly creditable in style, execution, and literary mer it. The list of contributors, thirty-five in number, number, embraces such names aa Rev. Bishop Payne, J. M. C. Pennington, D. D., J. McCune Smith, Martin R. Delaney, Frederick Douglass, J. Mercer Langston, Prof. Geo. B. Vashon, etc., etc. Blake: Or the Huts of America, by Martin R. Delaney, is a serial story of absorb ing interest. Tho January number haa a fine engraving of Alexander Dumas. The maga zine is for sale at the office of the Anti-Slavery Society, Cleveland. Theory of Mr. Thurston's Death.